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Vox. XVII No. 30
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This year, the House Rules Committee is inaugurating a combination picnic -
field day which will be held on Wednesday afternoon from 3?00 pm until 7*oo pm.
Bar B-Q, hotdogs, a fifth of birch beer, chips and all the other goodies that go
with a picnic will be on hand for all students and faculty,. Baseball, basketball,
football, quoits, volleyball and other -sports equipment will be available to make
the day complete. Everything will be free to eat and use, so make plans to attend.
This affair will be similar to our orientation week picnic.
If you are unfortunate enough to have class until five o'clock on Wednesday,
don’t despair because the games, feed, and drinks will still be there.
After much debate and discussion, the Daily Collegian - the main campus
newspaper, not to be confused with out weekly newspaper - announced that Saturday
morning classes are here to stay., Basing its conciusion on an article by A. 0.
Morse, University Provost, the Collegian stated that Saturday classes would be
common on the main campus for a long time. A temporary elimination of most of the
Saturday classes between 1952 and 1954 increased the number of Friday cuts and lessenec
greatly the weekend studying by students.
The twelve week period is up on the 7th and warning and failing grades will be
available at your advisor's office early next week. So don't afraid to drop in and
see your advisor. You will find that he is willing to help you with any of your
problems concerning school.
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Weekly Newsletter Edition
Pennsylvania State University Center
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F'mfa'mZ ON TODNdiSDAI
JUST IN FROM MATN CAMPUS
NOTE ON 12 WEEK GRADES
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May 6, 1955